Apple iPhone X hits stores, tech giants face US Congress
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The Apple iPhone X went on sale in stores on Friday, November 3rd.
Apple stores around the world had large lines of people just waiting to get their hands on Apple's latest phone.
In San Francisco, California over 300 iPhone X models were stolen from a UPS truck while it was parked outside an Apple Store.
Online impressions of the iPhone X are generally favorable, CNET's Scott Stein says, it's a winning evolution of the iPhone.
Representatives of Facebook, Google, and Twitter took part in a series of Congressional hearings in order to find out what impact the Russian government may have had in the 2016 US Presidential election.
In one hearing US Senators expressed their frustration with the tech giants.
Senator Mark Warner said, 'you showed a lack of resources, committment, and a lack of genuine effort.' Senator Diane Feinstein warned that the companies must make changes to the way they handle content or the government will make changes by way of regulation.
Nintendo announced that it had sold 1.1 million copies of Super Mario Odyssey in five days in the U.S. alone.
Nintendo said, Super Mario Odyssey is the fastest selling Super Mario game ever in the United States.
The company also bragged that Odyssey has racked up a Metacritic score of 97 out of 100.
Metacritic aggregates scores from all around the internet.
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